NEWS

Parma have admitted that they would probably not be able to tempt Milan’s Pippo Inzaghi to join them in January.
Lazio forward Djibril Cisse has launched an amazing attack on his critics via his personal Twitter account.
Stevan Jovetic has revealed why he decided to recently commit his future to Fiorentina. “This is a big club.”
Davide Santon has no plans of a quick return to Italian football. “I’m happy at Newcastle,” said the defender.
The Coppa Italia last 16 ties will kick off next week when Juventus take on Bologna in Turin.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte could make some alterations to his preferred starting XI for the game against Cesena on Sunday.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri and Vice-President Adriano Galliani are confident that they’ll agree terms over a new contract.
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Napoli will make an effort to sign Cristian Chivu once his Inter deal expires at the end of the current season.
Edy Reja believes his Lazio side created enough chances to win at Vaslui after Thursday’s 0-0 draw in Romania.
Italy and the 15 other qualifiers will find out the identity of their Euro 2012 group opponents later today when the draw takes place in Kiev.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lazio’s Europa League progression is now out of their hands after they were held to a goalless draw in Romania.
Walter Mazzarri has called the weekend’s meeting with Lecce his Napoli team’s most important game of the season so far.
Cesare Prandelli has welcomed the prospect of facing any of the qualified teams at next summer’s European Championships. Even Spain.
Giovanni Trapattoni would prefer to face England over Italy in the Euro 2012 finals draw tomorrow and avoid Spain altogether.
Giuseppe Sannino is in agreement with the Lega Calcio’s decision to ban him, but not for the reason that they have stated is why.
Andrea Ranocchia has declared that Inter are thinking at this time only of winning every game they play, to try to rescue a so-far-disappointing season.
Alberto Malesani has reacted angrily to criticism he has received in recent days from the Press that suggested he had given up at Genoa.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli is confident that Marco Di Vaio will soon start to ripple the net again with consistency.
Alberto Gilardino has insisted that he’s not thinking about a new contract or Euro 2012. “I’m just focused on Fiorentina.”
Lecce boss Eusebio Di Francesco has been warned that he may be playing to keep his job against Napoli this weekend.
Atalanta star Ezequiel Schelotto feels he would be a good addition to Cesare Prandelli’s Italian national squad.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is confident that his side can end Juventus’ title dreams. “The season is still long.”
Chievo Verona have extended the contract of goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino until the end of the 2013-14 campaign.
Don’t expect Fiorentina to sell Riccardo Montolivo during the January transfer window, says his agent.
Marcelo Estigarribia has conceded that he’ll have to fight for his place in the Juventus first team.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has no regrets about hiring Devis Mangia – despite their awful away record.
Alexander Merkel is happy with reports that Milan want him back – but he says he’s happy at Genoa.
Rubin Kazan defender Salvatore Bocchetti has failed to rule out a January move to Italian giants Juventus.
Luc Castaignos doesn’t expect to be loaned out by Italian giants Inter during the January transfer window.
Juventus stopper Leonardo Bonucci has accepted responsibility for Napoli’s third goal in Tuesday’s 3-3 draw.
Kevin Prince Boateng has clear ideas about whom Milan should sign during the January transfer window. “We need Carlos Tevez.”
Vincenzo Iaquinta’s agent has rubbished speculation of a move to Novara. “He’ll give his contribution to Juventus.”
Riccardo Montolivo and Radja Nainggolan are reportedly being monitored by Juventus ahead of the January transfer window.

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